At some point, we’ve all been plagued by the question, “What are you going to do with your life?” It’s a big question, and it’s one that doesn’t always have a clear-cut answer—though we often wish it did. This idea of purpose is something we wrestle with our whole lives. From the time you’re a … Read more
In this timely fable, Bryan Loritts, lead pastor of Fellowship Memphis and president of The Kainos Movement, explores three cultural expressions that exist within every ethnic group. He shows why understanding these cultural expressions is important when looking for the right leader to move your organization toward multiethnicity.
Up until May 25 2001, it felt like my career was just me wandering in the desert with no destination in mind. I knew that God had promised to answer us when we asked for wisdom, and that he had promised to instruct us in the way we should go, and that he already had … Read more
Cardus means main street. They are here seeking common good, even where streets are emptied and we’re apart. Such flourishing can only happen if we truly understand how we work justly, how we live peaceably in our communities, how we learn well in our schools, how our families thrive, and how our laws support foundational freedoms. … Read more
Season 1: Business on Purpose is a 14-part documentary series by Seattle Pacific University which highlights the struggles, triumphs, and stories of people like you: businesspeople wrestling with what it means to live out business as their calling. Through these inspiring examples, filmed across three continents and 18 U.S. cities and featuring a wide range … Read more
We’re divided along party lines, poverty lines and, especially, racial lines. That division has crept into our churches as well. But that’s not how God designed the Church. In this free, 5-week video series and discussion guide, pastors J.D. Greear and Dhati Lewis unpack what it looks like to move toward genuine gospel community across … Read more